This radioactive probe
will help locate tumors in adult and pediatric patients with the rare condition, somatostatin receptor positive neuroendocrine tumors (NETs).
This was not possible really (with a radioactive probe) because to detect something that is labeled with a radioactive probe, especially if it is imaging type of detection, you have to put it on a film and where the radioactive probe is would make a black dot.
There are many of them, they are much less dangerous and poisonous than radioactive probes, and they have many colors, and they allow the detection of many things simultaneously because of the different colors.
4] assays having a radioactive probe
is limited (3).
The main objective of the CERAD project is to improve and expand the research infrastructure located at the National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ), utilized in research programs oriented at design and pre-clinical evaluation of new drugs carrying the radioactive probe
(radio pharmaceuticals) and other multimodality probes, suitable for diagnostic or therapeutic application, with the particular focus on the biologically active carrier molecules which can be traced at the cellular and molecular level
In the 1970s, researchers developed the first positron emission tomography scanner, a machine that could track molecular activity in the brain using radioactive probes
have been developed for this application but are not routinely used.
Le Moine, the author of the chapter on in situ hybridization using radioactive probes
to study gene expression, acknowledges that "the entire procedure is quite complicated" (page 152).
Second, in most cases radioactive probes
are needed (ONCOR has recently introduced a nonradioactive filter hybridization kit) (Table 1).
Making radioactive probes
requires expensive machinery.
These are arranged according to length by electrophoresis, and then the ones that contain repeat sequences are tagged with radioactive probes
, which allow these fragments to be visualized.